Monday, December 6, 2021

For one graphic designer, love of music and art mixes together

In an assignment from kindergarten, Michael Doherty wrote, “‘I like art and moozic.'" Since then, he has been able to create art for his...

Episode #5: Red Card Campaign, another chance for funding and cross-country

The Journal On-Air talks about the most recent news Webster has to offer. Global connections and campaigns await, as well as sports interviews and...

Student describes Thailand with three words

Study abroad student Macy Salama talks about her first impressions of Thailand.

Dance major learns to spread his wings at Webster

David Porras struggled as he grew up, but finally feels like he can be himself at Webster. Butterflies are beautiful, yet they cannot see their...

Webster Groves plans to honor local black history with Barbre Park sculpture

The North Webster area of Webster Groves is a historically black neighborhood which has survived and thrived separate from the rest of the city for most of the 20th century. The city is now commemorating the area's past with a sculpture designed by Preston Jackson.

Republicans fear prejudice on campus

Conservatives at Webster feel as though their voices are drowned out by liberal perspectives. Alexandra Martin, a Republican, found herself at the end of...

Webster graduates’ future careers impacted by COVID-19

Kat Rubush was scheduled to work at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis over the summer. Then, COVID-19 canceled the season. “That scrapped plan A,...

Kirkwood and Meacham Park residents still feel separate 10 years after shooting

Meacham Park residents remember Kirkwood shooter as a friendly neighbor. They are also aware of some of the social issues that may have led to his actions.

Woody-Cooper appointed to American Psychological Association

Jameca Woody-Cooper has not only taught, but inspired students. Now, she is a member of the America Psychological Association.  In December 2020, Jameca Woody-Cooper, an...

Webster University purchases, designs new Gorlok mascot costume

Webster University’s new mascot costume is a more whimsical take on the Gorlok. The new costume allows the performer to see better and is made out of a lighter material.

Volleyball team must replace five starters despite restricted practices

Going into the spring season, the Webster Volleyball team only has two of the seven starters from their last conference tournament. The Webster volleyball...

Calling for Senator Hawley’s resignation, students join protest

Webster student Shaeleigh Parsons stared down at the big, painted yellow letters that spanned across the street in front of the Old Courthouse in...

UPDATE: Black Lives Matter event canceled due to threats

A planned lecture at Webster University by major activists in the Black Lives Matter movement was cancelled due to threats made against the speakers, movement co-founder Alicia Garza said.

Masks create problems for deaf individuals

St. Louis County issued a mask mandate for everyone over the age of 9. This public health order has caused new communication barriers for...

Author, actress Perri Gaffney performs excerpt from one-person play

“So many people tell me, ‘This was my grandmother,’ ‘This was my godmother,’ ‘Was this the story of my…’” Gaffney said, before trailing off. Actress...

Webster announces new degree offerings in Uzbekistan

Webster is the first U.S. university to offer degree programs in Uzbekistan. On Feb. 4, Webster University and the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized...